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Avril Lavigne stuns in baby pink and denim for magazine cover

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Avril Lavigne arrives at the Variety Music Hitmakers Brunch in December 2021. Pic credit: ©ImageCollect.com/Xavier Collin/Image Press Agency

Avril Lavigne looked amazing as she posed on the cover of the winter edition of In Love magazine.

The Complicated singer wore a full look by the Italian designer Versace, including a baby pink latex corset top and denim hotpants with an insert of Versace printed fabric.

She paired the sexy look with fishnet tights and knee-high platform boots, still embracing her pop-punk roots.

Avril wore her long hair, which is currently streaked with bright orange, down and flowing in messy waves.

She wore exaggerated eyeliner and neutral lips that let her dark eyes stand out.

The 38-year-old is currently promoting a new single with Yungblud called I’m A Mess. She also released an album earlier this year and recorded six bonus tracks for the 20th anniversary of her breakthrough, Let Go.

Avril included five shots in her post, which featured her posing in various different positions in front of a stone brick wall.

She tagged a number of folks in the post, including Donatella Versace, photographer Nathan James, and stylist Sam Woolf.

Among the rich and famous commenting on this post were comedian Brittany Furlan, singer John Feldman, and socialite Paris Hilton.

Celebrity Instagram comments for Avril Lavigne
Pic credit: @avrillavigne/Instagram

Avril has done fashion work with Versace outfits before. In September, she was back on Instagram to show off a stunning black jacket with matching tiny shorts and a pair of fishnet tights.

The jacket was unbuttoned, revealing that the singer was not wearing a bra or shirt underneath. The look had a real dark, gothic, rebel without a cause vibe.

She captioned the post, “Very 🖤☠️ Versace 🖤☠️”

Avril Lavigne lets Yungblud give her the chop

Avril released her latest single I’m A Mess on November 3. The track is a duet with British singer/songwriter and fellow emo kid, Yungblud.

The emotional ballad shows the pair singing their breakup anthem, with Avril sporting freshly chopped hair.

It turns out the singer was given the haircut by Yungblud himself and they filmed the chop for Instagram.

Avril shared her risky haircut with her 11.9 million followers, posting a video of Yungblud cutting her hair while Avril said, “I need a beer!”

The results were pretty uneven, however, Avril later shared an updated photo once her locks had been presumably straightened up by a professional, and she looked great!

She captioned the photo, “When you let @yungblud cut your hair… 🖤💀🖤✂️🇬🇧.”

Avril Lavigne launches a collection with Killstar Clothing

Avril has been busy lately. Along with writing and recording her new music, she also recently launched a clothing collection with the alternative retailer, Killstar.

The collection features playful and punky pieces, all with an emo edge, including an orange tartan mini kilt (inspired by her Love Sux album cover), a barbed wire print skirt, and a sheer, baby pink skeleton print dress.

Avril spoke about the launch in her recent interview with In Love magazine, she said, “I dress how I feel. The Killstar collection was super cool because I got to dive into things with them and design it in a cool way for other people to wear. We wanted to make things rock and roll but sophisticated and elegant.”

Avril Lavigne likes not fitting into a specific music category

During the interview, the Sk8er Boi singer was asked what musical genre she would place herself in, given that many have struggled to put her into a category. Avril’s response was blunt, “I’ve always called myself the Mother F***ing Princess because I am my own boss.”

And she maintained that she still plays by her own rules, adding, “My view hasn’t really changed much, other than the fact that I started out as a 17-year-old, and I’m a woman now.”

Avril Lavigne poses in silver dress on the red carpet
Avril Lavigne doesn’t fit into any one music category, and that’s how she likes it. Pic credit: ©ImageCollect.com/Xavier Collin/Image Press Agency

Avril also claimed that she’s a “massive fan” of all music genres and that she only writes songs that come to her naturally.

She added, “A lot of the time, when I write, it comes out aggressive and angsty, but other times it is vulnerable and sensitive. Sometimes you will get ballads from me, and sometimes, you will get songs where I am venting about love. I try not to overthink it.”

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